The Democratic field for attorney general continued to narrow on Thursday, with Queens Democratic Sen. Mike Gianaris bowing out of the race.

The news was first broken by Zack Fink of NY1.

Gianaris would have brought money and organization to the race, key components needed in a relatively short amount of time to mount a statewide campaign.

But Gianaris, a top lieutenant in the Democratic conference in the Senate, is backing New York City Public Advocate Tish James’s candidacy instead.

James is likely to garner the backing of Gov. Andrew Cuomo in the race as Democrats are set to meet next week on Long Island for their convention.

Still left in the wings is Zephyr Teachout, a former gubernatorial candidate who has been working with the campaign of Cynthia Nixon. Teachout has opened a committee geared toward running for attorney general.

Democratic Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney of the Hudson Valley is also still considering a bid.